Ohio shooter interested in violent ideology: FBI
07 August 2019 | 12:46 pm
Armed with a semi-automatic gun, the Ohio shooter killed nine people including his own sister. Friends of the man told news outlets he had troubling behavior around women. The FBI has opened a probe into his motives.
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